Oregon Quarterly

Tatsuo Tachibana with his fishing boat, the Shinryu Maru No. 3, in which he rode out the tsunami that struck Japan on March 11, 2011. Photograph by Bonnie Henderson
April 1

Big Wave, Small World

A Japanese dock set adrift by the 2011 tsunami washes up on an Oregon beach, serving as a reminder of the two regions' shared history
Photograph by Michael McDermott
April 1

The Trouble for Harry

The story of a UO student who was forcibly removed from campus for the crime of looking like the enemy
Photograph by Michael McDermott
April 1

In the Fullness of Time

New UO president has brought a measured, thoughtful approach to the challenges facing public higher education
Photograph courtesy HDR Architecture, Inc.
April 1

Under One Roof

New UO science building designed to stimulate collaboration and innovation
As players celebrate their victory over KSU in the 2013 Fiesta Bowl, head coach Chip Kelly (in visor, of course) looks to the future. Photograph by Jack Liu
April 1

Generation Next

The UO carries on a remarkable run of coaching consistency that separates itself from other major football programs
Illustration by Tim Jordan
April 1

The First Time

Excerpt from 100 Tricks Every Boy Can Do by Kim Stafford '71, MA '73, PhD '79
Pope Benedict XVI and physicist Stephen Hawking at a 2008 meeting of the Pontifical Academy of Science; Hawking has been a member since 1986. Photography courtesy AP Photo/L'Osservatore Romano, HO
April 1

The Prof and the Pontiff

Professor emeritus of psychology Mike Posner encounters two influential figures during his time at the Vatican
Voodoo Doughnut owners Cat Daddy Pogson (left) and Tres Shannon offer their support for the UO's acquisition of Ken Kesey's archives. Photograph by Michael McDermott
April 1

Doughnuts to Dollars

Sweet support for Kesey archive from Portland philanthropists
Photograph by John Bauguess
April 1

The Best... Place to Go Back in Time

Step back into the past with the vast collection of documents from the Special Collections and University Archives at Knight Library
Photograph by Erin Flood Fortier
April 1

Profile: Paul W. Peppis

UO English professor makes classics like Hamlet accessible by tying the literature to students' everyday lives